The country includes 6,000 islands and islets scattered in the Greek Seas, of which only 227 islands are inhabited. The Greek coastline offers a diverse landscape: beaches stretching over many kilometres, sheltered bays and coves, sandy beaches, sand-dunes, pebble beaches, wetlands and deltas, caves formed by seawater and dark-coloured sand in volcanic areas.
The beauty of the islands make it one of Greece's main characteristic but Greece has so much more to offer.
Discover findings from the Prehistoric and Archaic Periods, unique works from Classical, Hellenistic, Medieval and Byzantine monuments, as well as creations from folk art cultures, different civilisations and religions.
The Greek countryside is rich in diversity; mountains, forests, gorges, rivers, lakes, caves, volcanoes, lagoons, you name it! Its landscape, mainly mountainous, is home to a large variety of flora and fauna, making it ideal for travelling amongst the green embrace of nature or go on an adventure with the considerable amount of sport activities possible.
A lot of theatres, music cafes, trendy shops, music stages, cinemas, bars, night clubs, dancing clubs, funky restaurants, classy meeting points, casinos and after hours bars are easy to access everywhere in Greece, all year round.
Mykonos is an island in the Cyclades group in the Aegean Sea.
A picture-perfect Cyclades destination that has retained a wild, natural beauty while evolving into one of the most glamorous 21st-century destinations of choice.
And it's really no wonder, with its sandy bays and clear waters, lively atmosphere and busy nightlife, restaurants, tavernas, and cafés in Mykonos Town and most of all the authentic Greek experience of hospitality and luxury, the island will win you over.
Mykonos Town boasts cascading whitewashed houses, romantic alleys, climbing flowers, stylish shopping and world-class dining and drinking. In addition to its picturesque alleys and characteristic blue-white Cyclades architecture, Mykonos town is home to the renowned Little Venice, the emblematic seaside windmills, an archaeological museum, folklore and maritime museums, and innovative galleries.
For those who enjoy socialising and discovering the authentic side of a destination as well as lovers of all things history and art, this Cyclades island capital is a wonderland waiting to reveal its charms.